There’s no podcast this week but here are this week’s picks fresh off the presses. It’s so nice not to have to any more Thursday night games. If you use iTunes, just click here and then click subscribe and iTunes will take care of the rest.
RJ Warner steps in for Ryan this week and he and Vin discuss NBA free agency, the Penn State cover up, and take you through some of the best movies of the 80s. You can download this week’s podcast directly (running time 90 mins) or subscribe to the feed. If you use iTunes, just click [...]
Dear Vancouver, Thank You. No, not for yipping like little girls whenever Tim Thomas looked at you funny. (After all, nobody ever wants to see a Boston team win a championship.) Thank you for proving that even the best cities have a boatload of crappy ignorant fans. See, in Philly, we are saddled with the [...]
When the news flashed across the wires that Michael Vick was the new starting QB of the Philadelphia Eagles, I could only shake my head in disbelief. Just last week, I wrote: “[Reid] is not going to wither under media and fan pressure to start Michael Vick. First, because he knows Michael Vick is not [...]
(or Quick! Everyone Panic! Kolb fails to win Super Bowl in week 1.) There’s no getting around it: Kolb was absolutely dreadful on Sunday. 5 for 10 passing, 24 yards, 2 sacks, and a 56.3 rating. Not only were the stats bad, he looked jittery and confused in the pocket, something that we were told [...]
It’s been recently theorized that the strength of schedule used by most media outlets is inaccurate because it uses the previous season’s record and NFL teams tend to change over the course of an offseason. So what should we use to determine strength of schedule? Why Vegas of course. It actually makes perfect sense. Vegas [...]
The Cowboys are Vegas darlings to win the NFC this year. Is it the drive to play on home field for the Super Bowl? Did Tony Romo get a new girlfriend? Is it all the America’s Team fans driving up the betting price? Who knows. The Cowboys have the most talented roster in the NFC [...]